I couldn’t be more thrilled to announce that there is now an original Notes on Doing Podcast poster by Luna Adler!
She will be selling the first limited edition signed prints at the Notes on Doing party *TOMORROW* 10/13 at 7pm at FREEHOLD Brooklyn.
Sarah: Maybe it’s just those few things. Being real. Speaking from the heart. And not filtering as much. Not editing, and leaving that for later.
Jenna: Said a copywriter.
Sarah: Yeah. Said a copywriter.
Welcome to Notes on Doing, conversations with people who love what they do.
I’m Jenna Matecki.
Our next episode goes to Sarah Lim. Sarah is a Product Writer and Content Strategist who has worked on copy for Kickstarter, Oscar, Tumblr, and more.
Listen to what Sarah had to say about lists, languages, haiku, and her moniker, Slim.
Thanks for listening to Notes on Doing episode 041, with Sarah Lim.
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Until next week! In the meantime, always do.
Photo by Red DeLeon
Our next episode goes to Augusta Gordon. Augusta is a psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker with her own practice in Brooklyn, New York.
Listen to what Augusta had to say about how the human mind works, listening and nodding, parenting, mindfulness, and what we all innately need more of.
*This episode I took a different approach to questions. Most of the questions in this interview come not from me but from a group of 20 Notes on Doing listeners. I figured when it comes to psychology all of us have questions. Enjoy.*
Thanks for listening to Notes on Doing episode 26 with Augusta Gordon. You can check out her practice at http://www.augustagordon.com/.
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Until next week! in the meantime, always do.
Something that I’ve noticed as we’re almost a quarter of the way through Notes on Doing (the goal has been to get 100 interviews down) — is that many of the people that I’ve interviewed mention “magic” somewhere in their interviews — the magic of loving what you do, the magic of realizing and being who you are… the magic of applying your skills and toolsets towards a greater good.
It got me thinking — what about doing is magical? How do you create and harness magic in order to do what you love? What is magic?!
So, I invited four of our past interviewees to chat about magic. They are:
Full disclosure, these interviewees and doers are also married couples too which is pretty fun— David and Deidre, Austi and Conrad. Three out of four of them have careers in music. Everyone lives in Brooklyn. Everyone loves what they do and…
We all believe in magic.
This conversation happened at a semi-rectangular table at YouTooCanWoo studios (David and Deidre’s company) on Sunday, January 31st, at 1:00pm.